Welcome to the Hangar Deck Podcast! If you love all things about aviation a we do, then you will certainly enjoy our crew and show. We are a Bi-Monthly Aviation Podcast featuring news and technology discussions on all things Aviation. Our Goal is [...]
Latest Episode: 9/28/2014 Episode 8. Fighter Pilot Call Signs.
Episode 7. Aircraft Pick of the Week MZ-3A Airship.
Episode 6. ADS-B Technology Talk
Episode 4. Avionics and New Technologies.
Become the pilot you´ve always wanted to be. AviatorCast bridges the gap between actual flight training and flight simulation to give prospective aviators, current pilots, and even the seasoned flyer new perspectives in aviation.
Latest Episode: 9/27/2014 AviatorCast Episode 37: Ron Rapp: Gulfstream IV | Aerobatics | Writer | Opinion Leader
Want to hear thoughts, tips and stories from a Gulfstream IV, aerobatic, CFI, warbird, seaplane rated pilot? Enter Ron Rapp, writer and pilot extraordinaire
The post AviatorCast Episode 37: Ron Rapp: Gulfstream IV | Aerobatics | Writer | [...]
Latest Episode: 9/26/2014 APG 136 NYPD Helicopter/drone Near Miss, Passenger Removed from Flight for Doodles
A NYPD Helicopter had to take evasive action last week to avoid hitting a drone at 800 feet AGL, five miles south of LGA in New York. Operator arrested. PIBOT, a mini-robot, supposedly "flies" a PC simulator. Finally, a man is removed from a [...]
APG 135 NTSB Releases 2013 Accident Statistics
APG 134 NTSB, Hypoxia, Turbulence
APG 133 Missing Airliners in Libya
APG 132 Knee Defender, Volcanoes, Airliner Aerobatics
Podcasting Aviation Greatness Since 2008. The Airplane Geeks talk about the latest in the airline industry, general aviation, and military aviation. If it flies, we´re talking about it.
Podcasting Aviation Greatness Since 2008. The Airplane Geeks talk about the latest in the airline industry, general aviation, and military aviation. If it flies, we\´re talking about it.
Latest Episode: 9/24/2014 AirplaneGeeks 317 – The Navion
The single engine Navion airplane, air traffic controller hiring guidelines, Air France pilot’s strike, robots flying airplanes, Delta Air Line’s refinery, and NextGen. Guest Chris Gardner is founder and CEO of Sierra Hotel Aero, holder of the type [...]
AirplaneGeeks 316 – NASA’s Aeronautics Research
AirplaneGeeks 315 – Flying for Law Enforcement
AirplaneGeeks 314 – Bits & Pieces XIII
AirplaneGeeks 313 – Cathy With a C, Babies No E
A Podcast about Achieving Your Aviation Career Goals
This podcast is for those interested in discovering more about the many careers in aviation.
Latest Episode: 9/19/2014 ACP068 – Flying In China With Boeing 737 Captain Doug Ward
With the growth of travel and aviation in China there is an increase in the number of piloting jobs. We have received many e-mails from listeners asking what it is like to fly in China. Many of you heard that the opportunities to fly in China are [...]
ACP067 – Bush Flying as a Mission Pilot : The Real Story with Brian Pottinger
ACP066 – US Army Aviation and Military “Low Flyers”
ACP065 – How to Become an Airline Check Airman with Robert Guyer
ACP064 – Military Aviation Photographer Jose “Fuji” Ramos
Started in 2005, The Finer Points is a educational aviation podcast that blends tips from Jason Miller, one of San Francisco´s leading Certified Flight Instructors with contemporary music. Charming and informative, these podcasts deliver all sorts [...]
The Finer Points is a weekly educational aviation podcast that blends tips from Jason Miller, one of San Franciscos leading Certified Flight Instructors with contemporary music. Charming and informative, TFP delivers all sorts of CFI wisdom.
Latest Episode: 9/19/2014 What a Drag - Aviation Podcast
In the latest episode of The Finer Points Aviation Podcast, I´ll explain induced drag and how to best discuss this topic on a flight test or flight review. Fly Your Best!
4 (Student Pilots) hangar flying about their experiences with flight training and enjoying all things aviation.
4 (Student Pilots) get together to talk about their experiences with flight training. Join us as we work together to get our private pilot certificates in this aviation podcast about the joys of learning to fly.
Latest Episode: 9/17/2014 Episode 47: A Real Zero
Mark volunteers at an airshow, John aborts a few takeoffs, and Chris waits for a Mooney in pieces.
Episode 46: Oshkosh Wrapup
EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2014: MzeroA
EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2014: Quickcast Delta
EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2014: Pilots N Paws
A mix of flight instruction discussion, flying techniques, aviation product reviews, virtual hangar flying, and more! Brought to you by Carl Valeri (airline pilot/flight instructor) with co-hosts Victoria Zajko (GA flying enthusiast/blogger), Rick [...]
Latest Episode: 9/15/2014 SMAC080 Flying Around Volcanoes, Oxygen Deprivation and Pressurization
Pre-Flight Checklist The comment period for proposed rule making related to what can be stored in airport hangers has been extended until October 6th. You can find more details about this in Episode 079 as well as the link to comment. Aviation [...]
SMAC079 Whats in your hangar? The Government wants to know.
SMAC078 Obtaining Your Instrument Rating
SMAC077 Regaining your Currency And A Surprise Guest
SMAC076 What We Can Learn from Asiana Flight 214
News and conversation about the world of General Aviation flying.
Every week the UCAP gang gathers to talk about all things GA. You can listen-in as some of General Aviation´s most knowledgeable, opinionated, and plain-spoken characters do some online, hangar-flying. Show-notes can be found at [...]
Latest Episode: 9/12/2014 "Replicant" UCAP #364
Welcoming back Dave Higdon who missed Oshkosh... A sorta-replica Wright Flyer is being built... One last look back at OSH14... An OFLOTW on a narrow street... FAA Shenanigans... A mysterious F-15 crash... All this and more on the Uncontrolled [...]
Discussions of critical and timely issues related to aviation safety and aviation security.
Reports and news updates on plane crashes and on issues related to aviation safety, aviation security, and the risk of airline travel. Topics include fear of flying, making airline complaints, and assessing the risk of your air travel.
Latest Episode: 9/11/2014 CJOB interview 10 September 2014 on the MH17 interim report
Todd Curtis and host Charles Adler discussed the impact that earthquakes and volcanic ash have on airline saftey, as well as insights into the search for fligh MH370.
CJOB interview 25 August 2014 on volcanos
Voice of America interview on FAA ban of US airlines from Syrian airspace
Al Jazeera America interview on 20 July 2014 about Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 (Audio - MP3)
Two interviews about recent crashes on BBC Newsday 25 July 2014 (Audio - MP3)